Suicide awareness and prevention
Publisher [Washington, D.C. : United States Marine Corps]
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Call number U22.3 S94 1994
Digitizing sponsor Library of the Marine Corps
Book contributor Library of the Marine Corps
Collection libraryofthemarinecorps; fedlink; americana
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"22 Dec 94" -- page 2
Unclassified ALMAR message -- White letter no. 15-94 -- Lesson plan for suicide and awareness prevention slides -- Practice scenarios for discussion -- Supervisor's role in prevention -- Suicide questionnaire -- Warning signs / take action card -- Suicide awareness and prevention slides : General statistics ; Purpose ; Causes of suicide ; Feelings associated with loss ; Marine risk factors ; Warning signs ; What to do ; Risk reduction
"Leadership is crucial to suicide prevention. If leaders know their Marines, they will see the warning signs that indicate the potential for suicide. But simply identifying the potential is not enough. The key to suicide prevention is taking action. If one of your Marines exhibits the suicide warning signs, get help for that Marine before it's too late ... That's a major part of our job as leaders." -- page 2